Pregnant Asian women who develop high blood pressure at highest risk for heart failure hospitalization

Women who experienced gestational hypertension, preeclampsia and were also more likely to be hospitalized for a heart attack, but unlike with heart failure, the likelihood of hospitalization for heart attack was not influenced by racial background. The analysis demonstrates that racial background influences risk of heart failure hospitalization but not hospitalization for in women with pregnancy-related hypertension.


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